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Dorsey part of North coaching staff
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Former Corinth High School football player Devario Dorsey was part of the North coaching staff in the 40th Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic.
Former Corinth High School football player Devario Dorsey was part of the North coaching staff in the 40th Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic.
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BOONEVILLE – Devario Dorsey was back on familiar ground.

The Corinth native returned to the northeast Mississippi area as an all-star coach for the 40th Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic at Northeast Mississippi Community College on Thursday.

Dorsey, who was part of the North All-Star coaching staff from Mississippi Delta Community College, helped lead a defensive struggle contest that saw just three scores – all field goals in a 6-3 decision by the South all-stars.

Dorsey played his college ball at West Texas A&M University and was a two-year starter at right guard for the Buffaloes from 2007-08. He went on to be named all-Lone Star Conference second team. Following his senior year, Dorsey played in the 2009 Cactus Bowl.

The former Corinth Warrior played offensive tackle for East Mississippi Community College for two years and rated second on the team in pancake blocks while also grading out as the best lineman in every game by his coaches. He was honored as a second team MACJC All-State selection and was invited to play in the MACJC All-Star Football Classic.

Dorsey, who played one season at Corinth High School and guided the Warriors to a 10-2 record, earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science. He earned his Master’s in Kinesiology from the University of Southern Arkansas.

The coach has been an assistant coach at both West Texas A&M and Southern Arkansas.
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